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#ChemicalCallout: Siloxanes and Silanes

 

Siloxanes and Silanes graphicWhat Are They?

Siloxanes are synthetically manufactured chemical compounds that serve as building blocks of silicones. Silanes are modified silicon compounds. (more…)

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Nontoxic Nookie: A Made Safe Guide to Valentine’s Day

 

Nontoxic Love 101 graphicWe like roses and chocolates, but what we’re all really hoping for on Valentine’s Day is some (ahem…) alone time with our sweetie. Yep, you know what we mean! On February 14th passion is in the air. (more…)

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Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers

Made Safe stocking stuffer gifts image

Picking out non-toxic gifts is difficult, especially when it comes to stocking stuffers. Too often we end up filling stockings with plastic trinkets and toxic personal care products (unknowingly exposing our loved ones to harmful chemicals) and things that our giftee just plain won’t use. Our team has taken the guesswork out by creating a list of our favorite MADE SAFE® certified products that your family will love (and actually use!) this holiday season. (more…)

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Nontoxic Love: How to Avoid Harmful Chemicals in Sex Products

 
Nontoxic Love imageValentine’s Day is around the corner, and that means (let’s just say it) some of us are prepping to get lucky. So what better time to talk about what’s in sexual health products like lube and condoms, and feminine products like wipes and washes?

These are products that rarely get talked about, for obvious reasons. But we have to discuss what’s in them, because some of the common ingredients are harmful chemicals that come into contact with some of the most sensitive skin on our bodies—and in the case of women, some of the most absorptive. (more…)

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